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During the War of 1812, the village of Burlington, VT, served as a supply depot, campground, and major hospital site for the United States Army. While little trace of the military's presence remains visible today, poignant evidence of this often overlooked early nineteenth-century conflict survives below ground, awaiting rediscovery. As a result of new construction projects, between 2002 and 2005, the university of Vermont Consulting Archaeology Program excavated fifteen burials on North street...
Topics: War of 1812, Burlington, Center for Research on Vermont